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Tweetys High Flying Adventure

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8/10 IGN

Initial DVD release  September 18, 2007
Duration  
5.8/10 IMDb


Genres  Animation, Family film
Language  English
Tweetys High Flying Adventure movie poster
Director  Karl Torege Charles Visser James T. Walker
Release date  September 12, 2000 (2000-09-12)
Writer  Tom Minton (screenplay), Tim Cahill (screenplay), Julie McNally Cahill (screenplay)
Directors  James T. Walker, Karl Toerge
Cast  Joe Alaskey (Tweety / Sylvester / Bugs Bunny / Daffy Duck / Marvin the Martian / Colonel Rimfire / Henery Hawk / Pepe Le Pew (voice)), Jeff Bennett (Casino Cat / Foghorn Leghorn / Additional Voices (voice)), Julie Bernstein (Additional voices (voice))
Similar movies  Jim Cummings and June Foray appear in Tweetys High-Flying Adventure and Bah - Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas

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Tweety's High-Flying Adventure is a 2000 direct-to-video musical comedy animated film produced by Tom Minton and James T. Walker, written by Tom Minton, Tim Cahill and Julie McNally, and directed by James T. Walker, Karl Toerge, Charles Visser, and Kyung Won Lim, starring Tweety. It also features other characters such as Sylvester (as the main antagonist), Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Yosemite Sam, Lola Bunny (in a cameo as an anchorwoman), and Speedy Gonzales. The animation was made overseas by the animation company Koko Enterprises. The movie is an updated spoof of Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days. It was the first (and, so far, the only) long form animated film featuring Tweety in the lead role. Many of the key creative people from the 1995-2002 TV series The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries also worked on "Tweety's High-Flying Adventure", which commenced shortly after the series wrapped production in May 1999. Co-producer Tom Minton instigated the project, which was only the second internally produced direct-to-video animated film done at the Warner Bros. Animation division in Sherman Oaks, California. It was adapted into a game for the Game Boy Color in 2001.

Plot

On the 2nd of October, when Colonel Rimfire, at the Looney Club in London, announces about his beliefs that cats are the most intelligent animals (after his many plans were foiled by Cool Cat), Granny, hoping to raise money for a nearby children's park, makes a wager that her Tweety can fly around the world in 80 days, collecting the pawprints of 80 cats in the process. Sylvester, still hoping to make Tweety his personal snack, is incensed at the thought of some other cat getting the little bird first and vows to follow Tweety around the world and catch the canary himself; unbeknownst to either one, a thief is also present.

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Tweety sets a course to Paris, but is blown by a strong wind to the Swiss Alps, where he gets trapped, as does Daffy Duck, but Bugs Bunny saves them both. Tweety goes back to Paris, where he causes Pepe le Pew to mistake Sylvester for a female skunk. Tweety continues on to Venice, but grows overweight after eating too much bird seed. On a longboat, he faces a lot of cats, but he overpowers them and goes back to normal. While attempting to sleep in Egypt, he is chased into a tomb by Sylvester and several other cats, but escapes. In the African jungle, he outsmarts two lions with help from another bird.

In the Chinese Himalayas, he befriends another canary known as Aoogah (the name coming from her ability to imitate a horn), after rescuing her from a sacrifice. They are taken by more winds into Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Japan, and eventually make it onto a boat to the United States. However, Sylvester catches up with them, but Hubie and Bertie cause him to slide into the water. Tweety and Aoogah are able to save him, but end up on a beach in Australia. Sylvester meets the Tasmanian Devil and they chase the two canaries, resorting to a motorcycle, but end up in the ocean.

Tweety and Aoogah ride a windsurfer to San Francisco. Sylvester hijacks a tram to chase them, but ends up on Alcatraz, to the fury of Yosemite Sam, who appears as the tram's driver. The two canaries make it safely on a train to Las Vegas, where they escape more cats. Afterwards, they go through more cities across the US, finishing in New York City. There, they trick Sylvester into getting onto a concorde alone. The two canaries are caught up in an Atlantic hurricane and briefly washed up on an island, but outsmart more cats and escape back through the hurricane.

In a pub in the English countryside, they discover the thief and manage to outsmart him. Sylvester attempts to frame Tweety by passing his license to fly for a stolen passport. He almost succeeds, but the real passport is in his hand, thus getting himself arrested instead. Tweety and Aoogah believe they are a day late, until they discover that it's the 21st of December because they crossed the international date line. They are able to get back to London, only to find that they managed to get just 79 pawprints. Tweety then realises he forgot Sylvester so he flies into the prison truck taking the cat away and is able to get his pawprint, thereby saving the park. Tweety gets knighted by the Queen and Sylvester goes to prison.

Voices

  • Joe Alaskey as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Sylvester the Cat, Marvin the Martian, Colonel Rimfire, Henery Hawk, Pepe Le Pew
  • June Foray as Granny
  • Jeff Bennett as Casino Cat, Foghorn Leghorn, Bertie
  • Jim Cummings as Cool Cat, Rocky, Tazmanian Devil, Yosemite Sam, Hubie
  • Kath Soucie as Lola Bunny
  • Rob Paulsen as Casino Cat, Ship Crewman, Sphinx
  • Tress MacNeille as Airplane Worker, Miss Prissy, Queen of England
  • T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh as Aoogah
  • Frank Welker as Hector the Bulldog, Hugo the Abominable Snowman, Mugsy
  • Stan Freberg as Pete Puma
  • Additional voices

  • Jeff Bennett
  • Julie Bernstein
  • Steve Bernstein
  • Jim Cummings
  • Stan Freberg
  • Elizabeth Lamers
  • Tress MacNeille
  • Pat Musick
  • Music crew

  • Music by: J. Eric Schmidt
  • Songs by: Randy Rogel and Cindy Morrow
  • References

    Tweety's High-Flying Adventure Wikipedia
    Tweetys High-Flying Adventure Rotten TomatoesTweetys High-Flying Adventure IGN.comTweetys High Flying Adventure IMDb Tweetys High Flying Adventure themoviedb.org


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